July 2016 Issue
Biological treatment can handle many industrial wastewater streams.
Challenging existing practices may spur significant improvements
Skid-mounted treatment unit improves water quality and cuts costs
Proposed amendments to the Risk Management Plan include three core changes
Inaugural survey aims to provide a benchmark for tracking specific companies’ progress
Prioritize pumps to analyze before conducting energy assessments
Entries often don’t correspond to actual equipment performance
Understand how to effectively incorporate all process safety requirements into a functional design
Report focuses on challenges of advanced materials systems R&D
Carbon dioxide conversion process could lead to greener way to make ethylene
Method relies on inexpensive, safe chemicals and is innately scalable, operationally simple and environmentally friendly.
Progress continues in enhancing device diagnostics and using that information
Brownfield installations can reap significant savings from a templatized approach.
An explosion at an ammonia plant exposes serious safety-management flaws
A model-based approach to incremental expansion can provide crucial insights.
Capacity utilization and the CAB rose while shipments slipped. Source: American Chemistry Council.
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